Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 8 Jun 2010 11:40 am
Yes, Android handles multitasking and running applications in the background all on its own. It even does a pretty damn nice job of it. But sometimes, you want to have an app installed (Sprint Navigation anyone?) but hate the fact that it decides to start up and run for no good reason. Enter Autostarts. Autostarts is an application watchdog. It knows when apps will try to start, why they...
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